গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশের ইসলামাবাদস্থ হাইকমিশনের ওয়েবসাইটে স্বাগত !
Welcome to website of High Commission for the People's Republic of Bangladesh in Islamabad !
Bangladesh is situated on the largest delta on earth that straddles Asia’s mightiest rivers. Being located in the subtropical region of South Asia, this fertile delta has been a playground of nature, endowed with abundant diversity of flora and fauna. In harmony with nature, Bangalees are resilient, vibrant and open-minded in their way of life. Bangladesh is named after Bangla because Banglalees are proud of their language Bangla not just because it is the 7th most spoken language in the world but also because of its originality, rich literature and cultural expression. Bangalees have historically been at the forefront of cultural and intellectual pursuits of the subcontinent. Bangladesh society has embraced modernity, while remaining faithful to its deep-rooted traditions. Under the undisputed leadership of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Bangladesh achieved independence in 1971 in keeping with its progressive values of equality, human dignity and social justice. Harnessing the immense energy and creativity of the people, Bangladesh, under a visionary leadership, has been making tremendous strides in social and economic development in recent years.
At this site, you will have a glimpse of Bangladesh and our High Commision. People interested in knowing about Bangladesh's governance, leadership, society, culture, nature, economy, education and this High Commission's consular services may find this site useful. In this age of information overflow, we have tried to present information only that is relevant and in concise form. For more elaborate information, we have provided links to other websites of Bangladesh. Simplicity is the essence of this site.
We hope, you will have a pleasant experience in browsing this site. It might also be a good idea for you to follow the Facebook and the Twitter pages (links available on the left side of this home page) to receive updates on the activities of the High Commission in a more informal manner. You may also get some practical information by clicking the tabs on the right side of this page.
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